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Tracing a colonial clan

Tracing a colonial clan

Books - 1st May

Lincolnshire author Ian Macalpine-Leny tells the story of his extended family in an entertaining and informative new book, tracing his ancestry from eighteenth-century Scotland to present day Doddington, with many lively tales in between, including an expedition in the Aden Hinterland and a round of golf with Crown Prince Hirohito and Edward, Prince of Wales.

All the stage’s a world

All the stage’s a world

The Arts - 1st April

Theatre-goers are in for a treat this summer when the Stamford Shakespeare Company takes to the stage for its thirty-sixth season at Rutland Open Air Theatre with a wonderful new program of events.

Blood Cries Afar

Blood Cries Afar

Books - 1st April

by Sean McGlynn RRP £20

It is little known that a second Norman Conquest almost took place in England in the early part of the thirteenth century. What’s more, Lincoln played a central role in securing the country for Henry III.

The bigger picture

The bigger picture

The Arts - 1st April

Steffie Shields’s reflections on spring in the landscape of the Wolds, thanks to Hockney

Jenny’s War

Jenny’s War

Books - 1st March

Jenny’s War by Margaret Dickinson. Published by Pan Macmillan, £6.99

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